You’re that Hollywood cigarette that’s desired by all. Well, I lost my lighter today, and I don’t know how to burn you. I threw away my matches a long time ago, because they remind you of forgotten times.
They (the matches) don’t mean a damn to me; they are in a landfill now. I might as well be buried there myself, 'cause I ain’t worth two shits, sweetheart. My time ain’t my time, and I’m proud of where I’m from ... it’s just that damn Pennsylvania slang. I can’t afford you, princess.
It’ll be a glorious day when the celebrities kick their habits.
from Patterns in Camouflage,
released May 29, 2012
Featuring the Keystone Choir. In this recording, the Keystone Choir is Elise Duranko, Chris Duranko, Mike Ziemba, Alex Miller, Alison Bigler, Bob Nichols, Elissa Berman and Ian Putt.